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Tutorials (129)

Tutorials can be used to become more productive and efficient in the use of Enterprise Architect. Tutorials, getting started guides, videos and workbooks can all be used to explain concepts and assist others in realizing the power and flexibility of using Enterprise Architect. Use this link to submit tutorials, training material, example workbooks and quick start guides.

Tuesday, 30 November 2010 01:31

Executable Business Rules

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This Quick Start Guide demonstrates how to model Business Rules using Enterprise Architect. A car rental example illustrates the process of creating Executable Business Rules, introducing key concepts such as the Business Domain Model and Rule Composer.
This tutorial offers another view of SOMF modeling capabilities. It covers the structural modeling aspect of services and elaborates on the notation and employment of the various modeling symbols that can be used in Enterprise Architect. Please see uploaded document.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 10:57

Service-Oriented Modeling Framework (SOMF) Software Assets

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This tutorial elaborates on the three chief SOMF modeling software assets that are used in Enterprise Architect to model an architectural environment. These software entities are the cornerstone building blocks of every SOMF diagram and model. The tutorial also discusses the scope and structural attributes of each software asset. See uploaded document
This training paper depicts another capability of SOMF. Contextual modeling of services is described along with a number of examples to assist business and IT professionals build services based on their semantic capabilities and affiliation using Enterprise Architect. See uploaded document
This SOMF tutorial contains simple examples that demonstrate the language that can be used by business and IT practitioners. In addition, the paper demonstrates the simplicity and traceability factors the SOMF offers, and modeling capabilities that can be achieved by using Enterprise Architect. See uploaded document
Friday, 15 October 2010 07:11

Running Enterprise Architect on a Server

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We run Enterprise Architect on our Teamcity Continuous Integration Server so we can update class diagrams on build – or run unit tests for some of our Enterprise Architect integration projects - like AMUSE. Some of this information was already published on our blog about a year ago. First of all you need to install Enterprise Architect on the server and start it once so you are able to enter the license code. Next you need to make sure that the Service - in our case the "build agent" is using an interactive User that can also start Enterprise Architect…
Wednesday, 13 October 2010 13:44

AMUSE Demonstration

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This webinar from Dunstan Thomas demonstrates the capabilites of the AMUSE add-in for Enterprise Architect. It is presented by Phil Chudley, one of the Senior Consultants and OMG Certified UML Professionals at Dunstan Thomas, but was a combined effort of Phil & Daniel Siegl, Chief Executive Officer, LieberLieber Software GmbH. During the webinar Phil demonstrates working examples of what AMUSE can do as well as creating an example from scratch. This webinar was orginally broadcast by Dunstan Thomas on the 11th of October 2010. You can view this & all of our archive videos on our website; http://dthomas-software.co.uk/resources/videos/webinar-archive/ 
Recording Sequence Diagrams with EA is a powerful feature, nevertheless it takes some time to figure out how to do it. This Article is not a full tutorial but it should help you to get started. This content was originally posted on our blog. Lately I been investigating the options Enterprise Architect offers to record Sequence Diagrams from code, because we want to learn for LieberLieber AMUSE. And I found a pretty interesting result: It only takes into account “Classes” and not “Instances”. There are two links that proved helpful – a video tutorial from Sparx Systems and a Blog…
  Enterprise Architect from Sparx Systems allows you to integrate NUnit unit tests into your project. As the new build of EA (8.863) now supports .net 4.0 I revisited this functionality and prepared a little walkthrough.   All of this work has been done on Windows 7 x64 with Visual Studio 2010.  In order to have as little troubles as possible you have to go for the x86 version of the tools so everything works nicely. As EA is a x86 Application using the x64 Tools will not work. In order run this you need at least NUnit 2.5.5 –…
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 12:53

Intro to Creating a MDG File

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